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« Reply #15: April 02, 2008, 07:54:54 pm »

I get the disappointed motherly look that makes you feel like the worst person in the world.

Lucky you!!
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« Reply #16: April 02, 2008, 07:55:29 pm »

Pecky. When she whispers, I can ignore her. But when she's pecky.... it just bugs me to the point of no return and I have to pay attention.

It's like, dang it. Leave me alone!

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I guess we all have our own thresholds - and she knows it. Wink
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« Reply #17: April 03, 2008, 12:01:45 am »

Lucky you!!

Well, yeah, sort of.  I mean, I really appreciate that they care enough to do that, y'know?  But at the same time, it's a lot more painful than having a few bricks thrown at you.  The LOOK only comes when I've really screwed up.
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« Reply #18: April 03, 2008, 12:24:57 am »

Well, yeah, sort of.  I mean, I really appreciate that they care enough to do that, y'know?  But at the same time, it's a lot more painful than having a few bricks thrown at you.  The LOOK only comes when I've really screwed up.

I dream of her as a woman in her 30s, not pretty, but beautiful at the same time, right? Well, when she wants me to take care of something, she's there in this cabin thing with me, and a big black beetle always crawls across the floor and she looks at me and just says "So, what are you going to do about it?"
 It's infuriating sometimes, but it's great to know that if something gets really bad in my life she's there with me as I go through it.
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« Reply #19: April 10, 2008, 07:36:50 pm »

Most of what I know about her, I learned directly from her. The books and sites are okay for minimal information - and honestly a goodly portion is out and out wrong. Sad

So should I be worried about all the crows I keep seeing? I've been working on developing a relationship with The Morrigan as of late. Last night I was riding in the car with a friend, and we were talking about a deep personal issue she's going through, and I just felt this sense of wrong and outrage that didn't quite seem to be mine.

Does that mean She's starting to warm up to me?

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« Reply #20: April 10, 2008, 08:48:31 pm »

So should I be worried about all the crows I keep seeing?

Gosh, I hope not!  I'm seeing them everywhere, too.  I've just been chalking it up to springtime in Maryland.   Cheesy

Besides, Brighid has definitely not relented about allowing me to reach out to other gods, so, even if it is the Morrigan, I'm stuck.

Good luck to you, though.   Wink
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« Reply #21: April 10, 2008, 10:19:30 pm »

So should I be worried about all the crows I keep seeing? I've been working on developing a relationship with The Morrigan as of late. Last night I was riding in the car with a friend, and we were talking about a deep personal issue she's going through, and I just felt this sense of wrong and outrage that didn't quite seem to be mine.

Does that mean She's starting to warm up to me?
I'm disinclined to read much into the crows, but "sense of wrong and outrage" sounds potentially significant.

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« Reply #22: April 11, 2008, 12:56:59 am »

So should I be worried about all the crows I keep seeing? I've been working on developing a relationship with The Morrigan as of late. Last night I was riding in the car with a friend, and we were talking about a deep personal issue she's going through, and I just felt this sense of wrong and outrage that didn't quite seem to be mine.

Does that mean She's starting to warm up to me?

Karen

Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar. Or, in your case, crows are just crows. If crows are not common in your area, it might be worth thinking about. (Or calling the wildlife reserve in your area and ask if there's a reason that there are crows in your area.)

An Morrighan does tend to feel a lot of outrage when a woman is in trouble. Especially if the trouble involves a man or a lover. At least that's my personal experience. So that might be a good sign. Analyze the outrage you felt. Why, what did you want to do about it?
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« Reply #23: April 11, 2008, 08:56:45 pm »

Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar. Or, in your case, crows are just crows.

Crows are not unseen around here. Perhaps I'm just more aware of them these days.

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Analyze the outrage you felt. Why, what did you want to do about it?

I wanted to help her hunt someone down. Not an entirely out of character response for me, as this is a close friend. I just didn't quite feel that the outrage was entirely coming from me (which is hard to describe, really...)

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« Reply #24: April 12, 2008, 11:22:00 am »

Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar. Or, in your case, crows are just crows. If crows are not common in your area, it might be worth thinking about. (Or calling the wildlife reserve in your area and ask if there's a reason that there are crows in your area.)

An Morrighan does tend to feel a lot of outrage when a woman is in trouble. Especially if the trouble involves a man or a lover. At least that's my personal experience. So that might be a good sign. Analyze the outrage you felt. Why, what did you want to do about it?

Nitpick-note.  She tends to feel outrage when a woman and/or one of her servants is in trouble.
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« Reply #25: April 12, 2008, 02:27:31 pm »

Nitpick-note.  She tends to feel outrage when a woman and/or one of her servants is in trouble.

Yes, well, that was also kind've a given.  Wink

I wanted to help her hunt someone down. Not an entirely out of character response for me, as this is a close friend. I just didn't quite feel that the outrage was entirely coming from me (which is hard to describe, really...)

It's entirely possible that she was expressing something through you.  I'm not going to say definite, because you could have just had a stronger reaction to the problem for various reasons, but it is a possibility.

Have you ever tried asking?
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« Reply #26: April 12, 2008, 05:20:30 pm »

Have you ever tried asking?

That's my next step. This was just a few nights ago, so I haven't had the time to sit down and deal with it properly yet, regretfully.

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« Reply #27: April 12, 2008, 11:18:11 pm »

Nitpick-note.  She tends to feel outrage when a woman and/or one of her servants is in trouble.
My own observation is that she gets pretty irate when anyone is subjected to oppression/injustice.  But, yeah, it's more pronounced when it's "one of hers", and more pronounced when it's those who are habitually/systemically subjected to injustice.

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« Reply #28: May 04, 2008, 08:36:35 am »

That's my next step. This was just a few nights ago, so I haven't had the time to sit down and deal with it properly yet, regretfully.

Karen

Just out of curiosity, did you ever try asking?  Just wondering Smiley

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An Morrighan does tend to feel a lot of outrage when a woman is in trouble. Especially if the trouble involves a man or a lover. At least that's my personal experience. So that might be a good sign. Analyze the outrage you felt. Why, what did you want to do about it?

Yeah I'm late - as always - but thanks for that clue-by-four!
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You just connected some dots for me over some recent - pokage.

BTW yeah I'm still alive guys, I just have nowhere near enough hours in the day Wink
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